Canterbury Junior English Study Centre

Canterbury Study Centre is our own school for younger learners aged 8 - 17.

We are located in the city centre, a 2 minute walk from the bus station and shopping centre. Our school building was built in 1625 and there is lots of history.

We also have a classroom building with more modern teaching facilities and interactive technology. We have a common room for students and a lovely garden for break times.

Who this is forFor students aged 8-17.
Start dates14 June - 30 August 2020, Sunday arrivals
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  • In the heart of Canterbury, near to the famous cathedral
  • Additional classrooms at Christ Church University nearby
  • Adjacent to Whitefriars Shopping Centre and bus station
  • Excellent transport links to London and Europe
  • Our year-round school welcomes individuals and groups
  • Ideal location for students wanting to experience the city of Canterbury and surrounding areas
  • Safe environment for our younger learners aged 8+ with high levels of supervision and welfare
  • Great location for individual students to make friends with people from many other nationalities
  • Family study programmes available July and August
  • Historic buildings and modern university campus
  • 25 classrooms, each with whiteboard, CD, DVD and TV
  • Large common rooms for relaxing
  • Computer room with internet access, WiFi for all students
  • Private gardens for breaktime and meetings
  • Local sports centre and swimming pool nearby
  • 20 hours (26 lessons) of tuition each week in international classes
  • English in Action project work and life skills development
  • Focus on speaking, listening, pronunciation and British culture
  • Dedicated ‘Young Learner’ Centre, plus playtime
  • 1 full day excursion per week to London, Cambridge or Brighton
  • 1 half day excursion per week
  • Orientation tour of Canterbury on first afternoon
  • Arts and crafts, drama and dance, sports
  • Local visits include the famous Cathedral, Westgate Towers, River Tour
  • Two evening activities per week including transport home
  • Homestay accommodation, capacity for 250 students
  • Residential option for groups in single study ensuite rooms
  • Full board catering on nearby university campus
  • Self catering available for our Family Study Holidays and Playtime
  • Dedicated Local Organiser and Welfare Officer to meet and greet

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